Tankless Water Heater
If you have always wanted endless hot water in your home, consider a state-of-the-art tankless water heater from Perfect Plumbing. The tankless water heater is an energy efficient option for on-demand hot water. Enjoy fresh, hot water for your shower, dishwasher, and laundry at the same time!
There are many benefits to a Tankless Water Heater:
- Unlimited hot water!
- No holding tank. Without a holding tank, your family is getting fresh, clean hot water at all times.
- Save space. Tankless water heaters get rid of the traditional bulky water heaters. They are compact and give you back your valuable floor space!
- Help the environment. The tankless water heater doesn't utilize a storage tank like the traditional water heaters, which greatly reduces energy costs.
- Save on your energy costs. Tankless water heaters are the ultimate choice for saving on your energy bills. The tankless system only heats water when it's needed, unlike traditional water heaters that work to heat water all day long.
- Wonderful warranties – tankless water heaters are so reliable, they come with superb warranties!
Remember: It's important to have the your tankless water system professionally sized to meet the needs of your family. Perfect Plumbing will consider the size of your home and the number of your bathrooms when sizing your tankless water heater.
Perfect Plumbing experts also work with hard water and well water! Call Perfect Plumbing for any of your water needs!
Traditional Water Heaters
Storage tank water heaters are the most commonly used type of water heater for homes. In these systems, heated water is held in a tank so that a certain quantity of hot water is available at any time. When a tap is opened for hot water, the water flows from the tank out the tap. Unheated water then flows into the tank to replace the used water. Thermostats are used on the burner to maintain the temperature of the water. These water heaters are equipped with a temperature and pressure relief valve to ensure safety.
These heaters can be inefficient, but can be made more energy efficient if standby losses are minimized or improving how much of the heat from combustion is transferred to the water by minimizing heat losses from the vents or chimneys of the heaters.
There are 3 versions of these types of water heaters, the most common is a gas fueled water heater. The next would be an electric water heater. And the last one would be a power vent water heater. Tank style water heaters come in sizes from 6 gallons all the way to 100 gallons. The new style power vent water heaters are more efficient than a regular flue type water heater
Hard water can be treated to reduce the hardness of the water. Water softeners typically use ions, such as, potassium and sodium to replace calcium and magnesium ions. The calcium and magnesium ions create the hardness in the water.
Tax Credit on Water Heaters
Now is the time to buy a new hot water heater! You can save with Federal Tax Rebates! Receive a tax rebate up to $1500 for the purchase of qualifying water heaters. Application usually takes 2 minutes to fill out and we can assist you with the paperwork.